It involved a $30,000 office copier according to insiders at the center.
That company Tygris Vendor Finance sued S.H.A.P.E. on the east coast and won a default judgement.
According to court records officials with the Shape Community center were ordered to pay more than $60,000 but never did.
That’s when Tygris obtained an enforcement of a foreign judgement in Texas and seized all three buildings owned by Shape.
The properties, worth over a million dollars, were auctioned off Tuesday by the county for $81,000.
Shape attorney Ben Hall says he has filed an injunction with the courts to put the sale on hold until he’s able to get a hearing.
Hall says SHAPE will stay in the hands of the community. Director of SHAPE DeLoyd Parker would only say the community will not lose the community center.